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December 7, 1993 | JON NALICK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Carol Enos, a founding trustee of the Rancho Santiago College District, announced her resignation Monday, citing health reasons and plans for an early retirement from her teaching job. Enos, 54, has served on the board since 1971. "I've enjoyed every minute of it. Even the contentious times were enriching," she said. Still, she added, "it's time. Eras have to end."
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July 21, 2001
New boundaries for trustee areas of the Rancho Santiago College District will be the topic of a public hearing Monday. Santa Ana and Santiago Canyon are community colleges operated by the district. Redistricting is done every decade to reflect population shifts recorded by the U.S. Census. Monday's session will be at 4:30 p.m. at Santiago Canyon College, Room D-121. Information: (714) 480-7452.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 2001
New boundaries for trustee areas of the Rancho Santiago College District will be the topic of a public hearing Monday. Santa Ana and Santiago Canyon are community colleges operated by the district. Redistricting is done every decade to reflect population shifts recorded by the U.S. Census. Monday's session will be at 4:30 p.m. at Santiago Canyon College, Room D-121. Information: (714) 480-7452.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1998
TRUSTEE AREA 2 (one seat) John R. Hanna Age: 47 Occupation: Civil attorney Background: Current trustee; former Santa Ana planning commissioner; former St. Joseph Ballet Company board member; former Buena Park Community Development Advisory Board member; former Orange County Democratic Party chairman Issues: Provide plant locations and online classroom opportunities for an increasing student population; ensure affordable education; continue economic development programs M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1993 | JON NALICK
Mary Anne Anthony, a longtime mathematics instructor for the Rancho Santiago College District, has been honored with the district's 1993 Distinguished Faculty Award. A panel of faculty, students and administrators chose her from among about 290 faculty members in recognition of her teaching and leadership skills, as well as her contributions to several district committees. "I was overwhelmed" at receiving the award, said Anthony, 40. "I'm very honored."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1991 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The president of Coastline Community College in Fountain Valley is among the four finalists under consideration to succeed former Rancho Santiago Community College District Chancellor Robert D. Jensen. Coastline President William M. Vega is being interviewed for the job by Rancho Santiago trustees this week along with Max Castillo, president of San Antonio College in San Antonio, Tex.; Vivian Blevins, president of Lee College in Baytown, Tex.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1993 | JON NALICK
In a split vote, Charles W. (Pete) Maddox has been named president of the governing board of Rancho Santiago College District. The board voted 4 to 3 this week to name Maddox to the post. Trustees Brian E. Conley, Michael Ortell, Enriqueta L. Ramos and Maddox voted for his election. Trustees Carol Enos, Shirley Ralston and Tom Saenz opposed it. Earlier, Ralston nominated Saenz to fill the position, but that motion failed on a 4-3 vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1995
A Superior Court judge in Los Angeles on Thursday rejected a lawsuit filed by the Orange Unified School District, which sought to wrest control of adult-education classes from the Rancho Santiago College District. Judge Joseph Kalin's decision on the suit was greeted with relief by officials at Rancho Santiago, which has been providing adult-education classes on behalf of Orange Unified for 23 years. The financial stakes were high.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1994 | JON NALICK
Officials for the Rancho Santiago College District will honor two alumni today for their service to the community by inducting them into the district's Hall of Fame. During a private ceremony, district officials will recognize Anaheim firefighter Jerry D. Austin and Mary Halvorson, a dean at Rancho Santiago College, spokesman Dale Ruhe said.
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September 17, 1994 | JON NALICK
The governing board of the Rancho Santiago College District has approved a 1994-95 budget. The Board of Trustees this week approved the plan on a 5-2 vote, with Trustees Charles W. (Pete) Maddox, Brian Conley, Lawrence Labrado, Enriqueta Ramos and Michael Ortell supporting it and Trustees Shirley Ralston and Tom Saenz opposed. Ralston and Saenz said the board had not sufficiently discussed several new expenditures added to the budget since reviewing a tentative draft in June. The $69.
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July 1, 1997 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Athletic Director Dave Dobos recently looked through a list of colleges that have changed their names and didn't find one example of a college doing what Rancho Santiago is about to do. Starting today, the college, which from 1915 to the spring of 1985 was called Santa Ana College, will revert to its original name. The move is being made because the Orange campus of Rancho Santiago is breaking off and will be called Santiago Canyon College.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT
A group of school districts has appealed a Superior Court decision denying them control of adult education classes offered by the Rancho Santiago College District. Rancho Santiago officials said they learned that the districts, which had sued to take over the adult education program, will not abandon the 3-year-old dispute.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1995
A Superior Court judge in Los Angeles on Thursday rejected a lawsuit filed by the Orange Unified School District, which sought to wrest control of adult-education classes from the Rancho Santiago College District. Judge Joseph Kalin's decision on the suit was greeted with relief by officials at Rancho Santiago, which has been providing adult-education classes on behalf of Orange Unified for 23 years. The financial stakes were high.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 1994 | JON NALICK
The governing board of the Rancho Santiago College District has approved a 1994-95 budget. The Board of Trustees this week approved the plan on a 5-2 vote, with Trustees Charles W. (Pete) Maddox, Brian Conley, Lawrence Labrado, Enriqueta Ramos and Michael Ortell supporting it and Trustees Shirley Ralston and Tom Saenz opposed. Ralston and Saenz said the board had not sufficiently discussed several new expenditures added to the budget since reviewing a tentative draft in June. The $69.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1994 | JON NALICK
Officials for the Rancho Santiago College District will honor two alumni today for their service to the community by inducting them into the district's Hall of Fame. During a private ceremony, district officials will recognize Anaheim firefighter Jerry D. Austin and Mary Halvorson, a dean at Rancho Santiago College, spokesman Dale Ruhe said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1994 | JON NALICK
The Orange Unified School District has filed suit to wrest control of adult-education classes from the Rancho Santiago Community College District. The suit, filed last Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court, is part of a feud between the districts over which is best suited to provide the classes. The suit demands that the community college district rescind its decision to offer certain adult-education classes beginning in the 1994-95 school year and transfer those programs to Orange Unified.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT
A group of school districts has appealed a Superior Court decision denying them control of adult education classes offered by the Rancho Santiago College District. Rancho Santiago officials said they learned that the districts, which had sued to take over the adult education program, will not abandon the 3-year-old dispute.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1994 | JON NALICK
The Rancho Santiago College District board has appointed Lawrence R. Labrado to replace a founding member who resigned last month. The Board of Trustees chose Labrado from a field of 15 during a public meeting on Monday. He replaces Carol Enos, who resigned in December, citing health reasons and an early retirement from her teaching job. The board voted 4 to 1 to appoint Labrado. Trustees Brian Conley, Michael Ortell, Enriqueta Ramos and Charles W. (Pete) Maddox voted in favor of Labrado.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1994 | JON NALICK
The Rancho Santiago College District board has appointed Lawrence R. Labrado to replace a founding member who resigned last month. The Board of Trustees chose Labrado from a field of 15 during a public meeting on Monday. He replaces Carol Enos, who resigned in December, citing health reasons and an early retirement from her teaching job. The board voted 4 to 1 to appoint Labrado. Trustees Brian Conley, Michael Ortell, Enriqueta Ramos and Charles W. (Pete) Maddox voted in favor of Labrado.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1993 | JON NALICK
In a split vote, Charles W. (Pete) Maddox has been named president of the governing board of Rancho Santiago College District. The board voted 4 to 3 this week to name Maddox to the post. Trustees Brian E. Conley, Michael Ortell, Enriqueta L. Ramos and Maddox voted for his election. Trustees Carol Enos, Shirley Ralston and Tom Saenz opposed it. Earlier, Ralston nominated Saenz to fill the position, but that motion failed on a 4-3 vote.
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